CPP approved as VP of IDC-CDI

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CPP lawmaker Suos Yara at the party’s press conference on Friday, July 6. KT/Chor Sokunthea

The ruling CPP was unanimously approved at the Centrist Democrat International (IDC-CDI) executive committee meeting in Brussels on June 29 as a vice-president of the IDC-CDI for the Asian-Pacific region.

The CPP stated on Friday, July 6, that Prime Minister Hun Sen has been in pursuit of values of centrist democracy and became a full member of the IDC-CDI at the executive committee meeting in 2016.

This is the recognition for the efforts of the CPP under the inspiration of shared values and principles to consolidate democracy in the world by creating fairer and more prosperous societies.

“We believed that peace, stability, friendship and responsibility are necessary conditions for development, mitigating culture of violence and countering extremism for the people’s happiness,” read the statement.

IDC-CDI was found in 1961 and has 94 political parties from Europe, Latin America, Africa, and the Asian-Pacific region.

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